Nesa7 White is Nlha7kap’mx from Lytton First Nation in Lytton BC. She has called Kamloops home for over 15 years. She pursued an education in natural resource technology which led to further studies at the university level at Thompson Rivers University where she completed a bachelor’s degree in Natural Resource Science. Nesa7 is now in her second year of the Master of Science in Environmental Science program. Her thesis focuses on the Kamloops herd of bighorn sheep. The interdisciplinary approach applied in Nesa7’s research interplays Indigenous science and Western science which ensures that Indigenous world views and perspectives are represented through all aspects of the research project.